- Selected by the Colts in the second round (59th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.
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|1||@Jaguars||L 20 - 27||6||71||11.8||21||0||1||9||9||9||0|
WR TE Career
Parris Campbell On Excitement For 2020 Season, Wide Receiver Group
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell described how excited and prepared he feels heading in to his second season in the NFL and how having such a young wide receiver group has allowed him to step up to take on more leadership responsibilities.
Nick Sirianni On Replacing Parris Campbell, Confidence In Mo Alie-Cox, More Touches For Nyheim Hines
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni today spoke to local reporters via video conference. What's the latest on the team's efforts to replace injured slot receiver Parris Campbell, a career day from tight end Mo Alie-Cox and why Nyheim Hines had so few touches against the Vikings?
Roster Moves: S Ibraheim Campbell & CB Tremon Smith Elevated To Active Roster; WR Parris Campbell & S Malik Hooker Placed On IR; TEs Hale Hentges & Ethan Wolf Signed To Practice Squad
The Indianapolis Colts today elevated safety Ibraheim Campbell and cornerback Tremon Smith to the 53-man roster from the practice squad and signed tight ends Hale Hentges and Ethan Wolf to the practice squad. The team also placed wide receiver Parris Campbell and safety Malik Hooker on the Injured Reserve list and released tight end Charlie Taumoepeau from the practice squad.
Injury Updates: Parris Campbell To Miss Time, Malik Hooker Out For Season, Rock Ya-Sin's Immediate Status Unknown
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich today gave updates on several injured or sick players, including wide receiver Parris Campbell, safety Malik Hooker, cornerback Rock Ya-Sin and linebacker Matthew Adams.
2020 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Vikings, Week 2
A week into the regular season, the Indianapolis Colts will already make a change at the running back position, as rookie Jonathan Taylor takes over as the starter after a season-ending Achilles injury to veteran Marlon Mack. What's the ripple effect of that change from a fantasy football perspective? Here's the Week 2 fantasy preview.
Colts Chatter: Xavier Rhodes On Facing His Former Team; DeForest Buckner, Parris Campbell On 2020 Debuts
Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner, wide receiver Parris Campbell and cornerback Xavier Rhodes talked to local reporters today via video conference. What did Buckner have to say about facing double teams? What did Campbell have to say about his strong 2020 debut? And why is Rhodes looking forward to Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings? Here's the latest edition of "Colts Chatter."
2020 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Jaguars, Week 1
With a new quarterback running the show, some new weapons on offense and an up-and-coming defensive unit, the Indianapolis Colts head into Sunday's season opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars with plenty of intrigue from a fantasy football perspective. Here's the Week 1 fantasy preview.
Colts Chatter: Parris Campbell Fully Healthy (Again); Rock Ya-Sin Using His Feet To His Advantage
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin talked to local reporters today via video conference. What did Campbell have to say about working his way out of the concussion protocol to be ready for the 2020 season? Why is Ya-Sin focusing on his feet as he enters Year 2? Here's the latest edition of "Colts Chatter."
Parris Campbell Clears Concussion Protocol; Trey Burton Expected To Miss At Least First Couple Weeks Of Season
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich spoke to local reporters today via video conference. What is the latest on wide receiver Parris Campbell, injured tight end Trey Burton, rookie offensive lineman Danny Pinter's versatility, the new injured reserve rules for the 2020 season and more?
Frank Reich On His Players Taking A Stand, Potential Returns For Parris Campbell & Julian Blackmon
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich today spoke to local reporters via video conference. What's the latest on his thoughts on the Colts' players taking a stand against systemic racism, wide receiver Parris Campbell's potential return, rookie safety Julian Blackmon's recovery process and more?
2020 Camp Chatter: Trey Burton, Parris Campbell, Tyquan Lewis & Anthony Walker
What's the latest in #ColtsCamp from the players' perspective? Hear from tight end Trey Burton, wide receiver Parris Campbell, defensive tackle/end Tyquan Lewis and linebacker Anthony Walker in today's edition of "Camp Chatter."
Mike Groh 1-on-1: On Michael Pittman Jr.'s Prospects, Wide Receiver Competition
Indianapolis Colts wide receivers coach Mike Groh recently sat down for a Colts.com 1-on-1 interview. What are his thoughts on how wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. can have a successful rookie year, the depth at wideout and the expected competition at spots during camp and more?
Colts Mailbag: Focusing On Right Guard, Bob Sanders For Ring Of Honor, Who's The Fastest Player?
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about a possible competition for the starting right guard spot, why Bob Sanders isn't in the Ring of Honor quite yet, which Colts player is the fastest and much more.
Parris Campbell On 'Taxing' Rookie Season, Getting To 100 Percent, Offensive Role
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell on Wednesday spoke to local media members via video conference call. What did he have to say about his "taxing" rookie season, getting to 100-percent this offseason and what he sees his role being on offense in 2020?
Frank Reich On Kemoko Turay's Elite Skillset, Offensive Line Depth, Parris Campbell's Role
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich today spoke to reporters via video conference call about a variety of topics. What were the top takeaways from the session about defensive end Kemoko Turay, offensive line depth, wide receiver Parris Campbell's role and more?
Colts Mailbag: Moving Up To Take Jonathan Taylor, Day 3 Impact Players, Parris Campbell's Role, Jadeveon Clowney Interest?
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about why the team decided to trade up and take a running back, Jonathan Taylor, in the second round of the draft, which Day 3 selections might make the biggest immediate impact, wide receiver Parris Campbell's 2020 role, possible interest in defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and much more.
Bleacher Report: Parris Campbell Has Colts' Biggest Breakout Potential In 2020
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell's rookie season was shortened to just seven games in 2019 after he dealt with several injuries. However, what he showed in those seven games has some thinking that he might have a breakout season for the Colts in 2020.